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General Certificate of Secondary Education


Foundation Tier

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Mathematics (Linear) B
Paper 1

Non-calculator

Specimen Paper 2012 Specification

4365/1F

For this paper you must have:

mathematical instruments.
You must not use a calculator.

Time allowed
1 hour 15 minutes

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Instructions
Use black ink or black ball-point pen. Draw diagrams in pencil.
Fill in the boxes at the top of this page.
Answer all questions.
You must answer the questions in the space provided. Do not write outside the
box around each page or on blank pages.
Do all rough work in this book. Cross through any work that you do not want to
be marked.

Information
The marks for questions are shown in brackets.
The maximum mark for this paper is 70.
The quality of your written communication is specifically assessed

in questions 5, 9 and 12.


These questions are indicated with an asterisk (:)
You may ask for more answer paper and graph paper.
These must be tagged securely to this answer booklet.
Advice

In all calculations, show clearly how you work out your answer.

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Formulae Sheet: Foundation Tier

a
Area of trapezium =

1
(a + b)h
2

h
b

Volume of prism = area of cross-section length

crosssection
length

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Answer all questions in the spaces provided.


1

Here are some number cards.

A card is chosen at random.


Match each statement to the correct position on the probability scale.
The first one is done for you.

The card chosen is


an odd number

impossible

The card chosen is


less than ten

unlikely

The card chosen is


greater than two

evens

likely

The card chosen is


a multiple of three

certain
(3 marks)

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2

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Part of a map is shown.


A location can be given by a letter and a number.
For example, the school is in D2.

School

2 (a)

Shopping centre

Cricket
Ground

Badger
Park

In which square is the cricket ground?


Answer ........................................................................... (1 mark)

2 (b)

Badger Park occupies several squares.


List all the squares.

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Answer ......................................................................... (2 marks)
2 (c)

The school is due East of the cricket ground.


Complete this sentence.
The cricket ground is due ............................................. of the school.
(1 mark)

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The timetable shows the train times between Huddersfield and Penistone.
Train Timetable: Huddersfield to Penistone

3 (a)

Huddersfield:

depart

08:20

10:20

12:20

14:20

16:20

Denby Dale:

depart

08:45

10:45

12:45

14:45

16:45

Penistone:

arrive

08:55

10:55

12:55

14:55

16:55

How long does the journey take between Huddersfield and Penistone?

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Answer ........................................................... minutes (1 mark)
3 (b)

Vidal and Sonia live in Huddersfield.


It takes them 25 minutes to travel from home to Huddersfield station.
They want to go to Penistone for a concert that starts at 3:15 pm.
What is the latest time they can leave home to get to the concert on time?

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Answer ........................................................................ (3 marks)
3 (c)

The cost of food and drink from the Trolley service on the train is shown.

MENU
Tea

1.50

Coffee

1.50

Cold drink

95 p

Crisps

50 p

Chocolate bar

85 p

They want two teas and two chocolate bars.


They only have 5.
Can they afford them?
You must show your working.

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Answer ........................................................................ (3 marks)
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4 (a)

Simplify

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2x + 7x
Answer ........................................................................... (1 mark)

4 (b)

3x = 18

Solve

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Answer x = ..................................................................... (1 mark)
4 (c)

y6=7

Solve

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Answer y = ..................................................................... (1 mark)
: 5

Not drawn
accurately

48

52
B

Is ABC a straight line?


Give a reason for your answer.

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(2 marks)

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Here are instructions for cooking a turkey.


Cook for 15 minutes at 220 C
Reduce the oven temperature to 160 C
and cook for 40 minutes per kilogram.

Kirsty is going to cook a 7 kilogram turkey.


She wants to take it out of the oven at 12.45 pm.
At what time must she start to cook it?

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Answer ........................................................................... (4 marks)

In the magic square, the rows, columns and diagonals add to the same number.
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11

Work out the values of w, x and y.

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Answer w = ..............

x = ..............

y = .............. (3 marks)

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8

Here is a rule to convert kilometres, k, to miles, m.

m=
8 (a)

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5k
8

Use the rule to convert 24 kilometres into miles.

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Answer .................................................. miles (2 marks)
8 (b)

The sign shows the speed limit, in kilometres per hour, in a German town.

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Martin says that the speed limit is approximately 30 miles per hour.
Show that Martin is correct.

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(2 marks)

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Here is part of a price list for a fruit and vegetable stall.

Price List
Fruit
Apples

30 p each

Bananas

25 p each

Oranges

20 p each

Vegetables
Broccoli

75 p per 100 g

Carrots

20 p per 100 g

Cauliflower

1 per 100 g

The Government says we should eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day.
A portion is an item of fruit or 100 g of vegetables.
Dita has 15 to spend on fruit and vegetables for one full week of seven days.
She wants to buy at least two different fruits and two different vegetables.
Show one way of buying fruit and vegetables so that she has 5-a-day for one week.

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(5 marks)

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Ehab asks 18 pupils to choose their favourite vegetable from a list.


These are his results.
peas

broccoli

peas

carrots

carrots

broccoli

peas

broccoli

sprouts

carrots

peas

carrots

carrots

peas

carrots

carrots

carrots

carrots

Ehab decides to draw a pie chart to show these results.


The table shows some of his work.
Favourite
vegetable
Broccoli (B)

Tally

Frequency

Angle
on pie chart

60

Total = 18

Total = 360

Peas (P)
Carrots (C)
Sprouts (S)

10 (a)

Complete the tally and frequency columns in the table.


(2 marks)

10 (b) (i) Complete the angle on the pie chart column in the table.

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(2 marks)

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10 (b) (ii) Complete the pie chart to represent this information.

Broccoli

(2 marks)

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11

Jarvis has 6 rods.


Not drawn
accurately

3 cm

3 cm

4 cm

4 cm
8 cm

11 (a)

8 cm

He makes two isosceles triangles using all six of the rods.


Draw two different triangles that he can make using all of the rods.
Show the lengths on each side.

(2 marks)
11 (b)

He tries to make a triangle using one rod of each length.


Explain why he cannot do this.

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Answer ........................................................................ (1 mark)

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11 (c)

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Katie says that it is impossible to have an isosceles triangle with a right angle.
Draw a fully labelled diagram to show that Katie is wrong.

(2 marks)

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Barbara uses her car to work as a volunteer driver at her local hospital.
She is paid 40 p for every mile she drives.
On average she drives 2000 miles each month.
Here is some information about the running costs of Barbaras car.

12 (a)

Fuel Consumption

50 miles per gallon

Other running costs

10 pence per mile

Petrol costs 5 per gallon


Calculate Barbaras monthly fuel bill.

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Answer ....................................................................... (2 marks)
12 (b)

After paying for fuel and other running costs, Barbara saves the money left over.
Barbara is planning to use this money for a holiday that will cost 3000.
Will Barbara have enough money after saving for one year?

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(4 marks)
13

In a school there are 200 students in year 11.


110 of these students are boys.
What percentage of these students are girls?

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Answer .............................................................................. % (3 marks)

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14

Simon leaves home at 9 am and goes for a walk.


He walks at a steady speed of 5 kilometres per hour for 90 minutes.
He stops for 30 minutes.
He then jogs back home and arrives at 12 noon.

14 (a)

On the grid below draw a distance-time graph to show Simons journey.

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8
7
6
Distance
from home
(km)

5
4
3
2
1
0
9am

10 am

11 am

12 noon

Time
14 (b)

(3 marks)

What is Simons average speed on the return home?

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Answer ......................................................................... km/h (1 mark)

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15 (a)

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The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for 30 students in year 9 were recorded.
Level

Number of students

Calculate the mean level.

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Answer ................................................................................ (3 marks)
15 (b)

The 30 students study both French and Spanish.


Their National Curriculum levels in these subjects are shown in the table.
Level in Spanish

Level in French

Total

Total

10

30

15 (b) (i) What is the median level for French?


Show clearly how you obtain your answer.

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Answer ................................................................................ (2 marks)

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15 (b) (ii) The teacher claims that the students are better at French than at Spanish.
How can you tell from the table that this is true?

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(1 mark)
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The diagram shows a triangle A, with vertices at (4, 3), (2, 3) and (2, 4).

y
4

3
2
1

-4

-3

-2

-1

-1
-2
-3
-4

16 (a)

Draw a image of triangle A when it is reflected in the line y = 1


Label your image B.
(2 marks)

16 (b)

Draw an image of triangle A when it is rotated 90 clockwise about the origin.


Label your image C.
(3 marks)

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